In Designer mode

 


Now that you know "almost everything" about accumulation registers, let us create one.

  1. In Designer, create an accumulation register configuration object named Sales and set its type to Turnovers.
  2. Set Extended list presentation to Sales register records (fig. 12.1).

    The extended list presentation will serve as the title of the register record list window.


    Fig. 12.1. Creating a turnover accumulation register
  3. On the Subsystems tab, include the register in the Accounting, Inventory, and Services subsystems.
  4. On the Data tab, create the following dimensions:
    • MaterialOrService. Type: CatalogRef.MaterialsAndServices
    • Customer. Type: CatalogRef.Customers
    • Technician. Type: CatalogRef.Employees
    and the following resources:
    • Quantity. Type: Number, length: 15, precision: 3
    • Revenue. Type: Number, length: 15, precision: 2
    • Cost. Type: Number, length: 15, precision: 2
    Once created, the Sales register should look as follows in the configuration tree (fig. 12.2).


    Fig. 12.2. Sales turnover accumulation register

    Now let us edit the command interface to add the command that opens the turnover accumulation register to the Accounting, Inventory, and Services sections.
  5. In the configuration object tree, right-click the Subsystems branch and then click All subsystems.
  6. In the All Subsystems window, in the Subsystems list, click Accounting.

    The Command interface list displays all the commands of the selected subsystem.
  7. In the Navigation panel.Normal group, enable visibility for the Sales command and drag it to the Navigation panel.See also group. 
  8. Perform the same procedure for the Inventory and Services subsystems: in the Navigation panel.Normal group, enable visibility for the Sales command and drag it to the Navigation panel.See also group.

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